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Farewell Again (London Film) expertly applies the Grand Hotel idea to a British troopship. The 23rd Royal Lancers, homeward bound on H. M. S. Somersetshire after five years in India, are informed by wireless that they are to have but six hours ashore in Southampton, must then push off again for patrol duty in the Near East (''Sorry men, but if we're going to own an empire, we've got to pay for it"). Well-managed cameras bustle about sketching, vignetting, peering into lives affected poignantly, happily, comically, by this upsetting circumstance, bring each little...

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